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Hi Mr *McCarthy*
> First of all explore your BIOS settings to see if there is an
> option to enable NX.
Thanks for the explanation. I will explore BIOS, but it
does not seem to me, that such an option exists, because
I had never seen similar option, but we will see...
> PAE code enables 32 bit computers to use more that 4GB
Yes, I know that, but log files tells me something interesting;
NX (Execute Disable) protection cannot be enabled in hardware,
because of the non-PAE kernel.
Hi Mr *Arnold*,
That's right - Ubuntu have ignored the BIOS flag for some time...
Yes, my computer support 'nx';
[~] cat /proc/cpuinfo |grep nx
flags: (...) nx (...)
So, I will try to find this BIOS option and install generic-pae kernel.
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